Overview Of Alabama Transportation
Alabama, a US state is located in the Southeastern part of the country. Alabama, also known by the nickname "Heart of Dixie" and "The Yellowhammer State", had 4,802,740 inhabitants. It includes major cities like Birmingham, Montgomery, and Mobile. Their transportation department is The Alabama Department of Transportation. Highway I-65 is a popular road in Alabama. Additionally, Alabama has 53 miles of coastline. Alabama has many iconic landmarks, including the Bankhead Tunnel located under the Mobile River on US Route 98. Little River Falls is an important part of Alabama's natural setting that has played a significant role in the state's development. Alabama's Lake Eufaula has been called the "Bass Fishing Capital of the World". Alabama also has 11 historic bridges.